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#33 of All the Things- Headphones

Did you know that 360 million people have a disabling hearing loss? Many of those could be helped if they had enough money for hearing aids.  213 more words

Music

Starkey Hear Now: Update 1

So, in my last post, I explained what’s required for the program. I did learn, however, that you don’t need to get an audiogram from a Hear Now provider- you only need an audiogram that’s less then 9 months old, and you can take it to the Hear Now provider, and have them sign off on it, on the HN paperwork. 111 more words

Personal Posts

Starkey Hear Now

So, my hearing aids are starting to really give up the ghost. They get about 4-6 hours out of fresh batteries, and to top it off, my hearing has changed significantly. 328 more words

Personal Posts

Daily Footprint, #11 – Ethical and Sustainable Headphones

When my old iPod earbuds finally expired and went to the big Apple in the sky, I decided to search for a replacement that had a relatively positive social and/or environmental impact. 1,002 more words

Cornhole Goes Philanthropic

On Saturday October 15th, Northeastern sorority Delta Zeta held their semesterly philanthropy event supporting Starkey, which provides hearing aids to those hard of hearing domestically and throughout the world. 87 more words

Class Assignments

History and Identity: Black History Month

I wrote this as a history student in 2011. It is as relevant now as it was then – perhaps, given the current political climate in Europe and the US, more so. 660 more words

Albert Starkey - 1870 US Federal Census

Albert Starkey was enumerated with his parents on 10 Jun 1870 in Derrynane, Le Sueur County, Minnesota.

Let’s take a look:

1870 Jul 25: 1870 US Federal Census, Minnesota, Le Sueur County, Derrynane Township; p.11 (Written); Dwelling 79, Family 70, lines 8-14… 136 more words

Genealogy